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Beta’s Head! This week’s strip is taken from that TNG time travelling episode where Data’s head gets lopped off (I think the episode was called Time’s Arrow). I’m sure the crew could have come up with more creative ideas of what to do with his head than merely sewing it back onto his body!

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Other Punchlines

These comics are created from the winning entries of The Write Your Own Sev Trek Competition. The winning entry was written by Jess Thomas, out of 222 entries. You probably won’t be surprised to hear there were 10 punchlines on tenpin bowling, 7 on hood ornaments and 8 involving Pickhard using his hair. Here are others that rated well...


Well, Heavily mentioned that her next play would be "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"...

Robert Albright

Send it to a body shop.

Nate 'n Jess

Well, I think Spot needs a new chew toy...

Joey Jones

If we take out the eyeballs, we can bowl.

Joey Jones

Use it as a doorstop.

Mike Ash

I don't know, but I'm sure we'll all have some weird adventure because of it.


After being stuck in a cave for 4 centuries? I suggest washing it.


Let's take it down to the gym and shoot some hoops.


Up for a game of Volley ball?

Steve Jung

It'll make a great centerpiece at the captain's next dinner party.

Scott Stevens

We could use it as a hood ornament for the Enterprize


You can have the eyes, but Pickhard has dibs on the hair.

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